The name of a restaurant, bar or food truck will inevitably elicit a specific image with customers. Get ready to giggle and groan at these clever monikers for all types of eateries, conjured up by some fairly funny individuals.
Pho King Fabulous
Specializing in pho, the owner of this Toronto eatery worked with his daughter — who works in marketing and advertising — to come up with the memorable moniker.
A Salt and Battery
This NYC-based fish-and-chips shop is wanted in connection with a string of violent assaults on hunger pangs.
Lord of the Wings
This Lebanon restaurant serves up one wing to rule them all.
Serving North Carolina-made sausages in fresh-baked baguettes is the key to success for this punny food truck.
Basic Kneads Pizza
If you’re looking for pizza in Denver, Colorado, this is a great place to spend your dough.
A Texas sandwich shop with a rock-star attitude.
This chain of Pennsylvania burger joints is the first stop on your journey to hamburger heaven.
The Dairy Godmother
Frozen custard is the specialty of this punny place in Alexandria, Virginia.
A food truck in Portland, Oregon serving Mexican chicken mole is the perfect place to make a confession — that you’re hungry.
Kale Me Crazy
Kale-based smoothies and juices are the specialty of this health-conscious eatery in Atlanta, Georgia, whose motto should be: “Whatever doesn’t kale you makes you stronger.”
Lard Have Mercy
Based in Austin, Texas, and boasting the motto “Deep Fried and Dee-Lish,” here’s a restaurant guaranteed to make your taste buds far happier than your arteries.
Life of Pie
A Portland, Oregon pizza place that knows a good pun when it sees one.
Lord of the Fries
An Australian French fry stand that isn’t afraid to toot its own horn.
Serious soup with a silly name is what’s on the menu at this eatery in London, England.
Planet of the Grapes
London, England is home to this wine bar with a cheeky title inspired by the classic sci-fi hit.
Thai Me Upp
This eatery in Glendale, California, is the perfect solution for anyone seeking a little bondage and discipline while enjoying a Thai meal.
Turnip the Beet
This cutely named café is a health-conscious, eco-friendly eatery that will drown out the sound of your growling stomach.
Vincent Van Doughnut
A doughnut shop in St. Louis, Missouri that puts an artful spin on hole-filled food.
The Wiener's Circle
Chicago is a city known for its hot dogs, but this Windy City eatery has declared itself the wiener.
Wish You Were Beer
This beery bar in Madison, Alabama knows how to brew up a good time.
Catcher in the Rye
Based in Los Angeles, California, this bar features fine whiskey and bad puns.
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Proudly serving all your Bundt cake-related needs!
Brent Furdyk is a freelance writer in Vancouver.